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High schools: Top-seeded PVCICS boys tennis punches ticket to Class C final (PHOTOS)
05-21-2024 9:32 PM

The top-seeded PVCICS boys tennis team looked the part in its Western Mass. Class C opener against No. 4 Frontier on Tuesday. The Dragons swept all five matches, advancing to the finals with a 5-0 victory at Hampshire College. PVCICS will face No. 3...

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UMass baseball: Dayton holds off Minutemen 4-1 in opening round of Atlantic 10 tourney
05-21-2024 9:27 PM

Playing in the Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament for the first time in 12 years, the UMass baseball team dropped their opening game in the double-elimination event on Tuesday night.Third-seeded Dayton erased a 1-0 deficit and got past No. 6 UMass,...


Local golf: Holyoke’s Chris Tallman paces pack at Longmeadow CC local qualifier, advances to U.S. Open final qualifying
05-13-2024 8:25 PM

For the second year in a row, Holyoke’s Chris Tallman found some magic at a Western Massachusetts golf course with advancement toward the U.S. Open on the line.Tallman fired a 6-under-par 64, earning medalist honors in a 2024 U.S. Open Local Qualifier...


High schools: Sofia Holden, Amherst softball hold off late Belchertown rally in 5-3 victory (PHOTOS)
05-10-2024 9:18 PM

Amherst’s Sofia Holden locked it down in the circle on Friday against the Belchertown softball team. A day after recording her 600th career strikeout, Holden went the distance, struck out 11, scattered four hits and walked two while keeping the...


UMass lacrosse: Minutewomen edged by Richmond 14-13 in Atlantic 10 women’s title game
05-05-2024 3:20 PM

For the second year in a row, the Richmond women’s lacrosse team had UMass’ number in the Atlantic 10 championship game.Alexis Morton scored the game-winning goal for the Spiders with 3 minutes, 15 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter to lift No. 2...


High schools: Big seventh inning lifts Smith Vocational baseball past Pathfinder
05-01-2024 9:47 PM

Knotted up 1-1 heading into the top of the seventh, the Smith Vocational baseball team erupted for five runs to break the game open and pull out a 6-1 win over Pathfinder on Wednesday afternoon.Patrick Millin struck out nine over all seven innings in...


High schools: Ava Shea, Belchertown girls tennis get past South Hadley (PHOTOS)
04-25-2024 9:34 PM

Ava Shea continued her dominant season at No. 1 singles, helping the Belchertown girls tennis team to a 4-1 victory over South Hadley during independent action on Thursday at Mount Holyoke College.Shea notched a 6-0, 6-0 win over South...


High schools: John Viola shuts down Monson as South Hadley baseball picks up 1-0 win
04-10-2024 9:23 PM

Two days removed from a 1-0 loss to Ware, the South Hadley baseball team came out on top in another pitchers’ duel on Wednesday.John Viola went the distance for South Hadley, striking out four while walking just two and scattering three hits to help...


Amherst’s Ivorie Arguin among locals honored by Bessone Committee as Kasey Bellamy Award winner
03-25-2024 3:07 PM

After another outstanding winter on the ice, several Hampshire County hockey players will be rewarded for their efforts at the annual Amo Besson Awards Committee reception on April 11.Amherst’s Ivorie Arguin, who plays on the Pope Francis girls’...


Youth basketball: Granby teams post undefeated seasons
03-25-2024 3:06 PM

It was an outstanding winter on the hardwood for the youth basketball programs in Granby.Two programs posted undefeated seasons and won championships in their respective divisions.The girls’ 7th/8th grade squad won their bracket championship in the...


Photos: A bounty of blooms at Smith College Bulb Show
03-05-2024 12:42 PM

NORTHAMPTON — The Smith College Spring Bulb Show officially opened last Saturday at the Lyman Conservatory and will run through March 17. Featuring more than 9,000 bulbs brought to flower, visitors can take in a preview of spring colors and scents at...


Holyoke mayor announces $1M public safety plan in wake of Oct. 4 shooting
10-31-2023 2:27 PM

By James PentlanD

HOLYOKE — Mayor Joshua A. Garcia is calling for $1 million in new spending to hire 13 additional police officers, boost police enforcement, foot and bike patrols and install a citywide surveillance camera system in response to a downtown shooting Oct....


State education commissioner tells Holyoke contingent that ‘climate favorable’ to end school receivership
10-25-2023 12:19 PM

By James Pentland

HOLYOKE — The state’s education commissioner recently told a contingent from the city’s School Committee that “the climate was favorable” for ending receivership, according to committee member Erin Brunelle. Following up on the committee’s petition...


Holyoke Police arrest Greenfield woman walking with weapons in trash bag
09-19-2023 11:40 AM

HOLYOKE — A Greenfield woman with no license to carry or FID card was arraigned in Holyoke District Court on Monday after being arrested by police while walking on High Street carrying guns and knives in a trash bag.Sheri Sulewski, 58, pleaded not...


Fire displaces Easthampton family
07-06-2023 8:45 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

EASTHAMPTON — A city family was displaced by a fire that broke out Wednesday morning at their Everett Street home, the Fire Department reported.The fire was called in at 8:37 a.m. by the sole occupant who was safely outside when crews arrived. They...


Amherst, UMass strike new partnership deal
06-28-2023 4:59 PM

By Scott Merzbach

AMHERST — The town will get approximately $5.5 million, including $700,000 annually for emergency medical and fire service, under the terms of a new five-year strategic partnership deal announced Wednesday.The deal, which is retroactive to July 1,...


Motorist damages 19 headstones in Northampton’s St. Mary Cemetery
04-10-2023 5:55 PM

NORTHAMPTON — Nineteen headstones in St. Mary Cemetery were damaged early Saturday morning when a motorist lost control and plowed into the graveyard, police reported.Officers on patrol at that time in the area of the cemetery on Bridge Road reported...


Fire damages Chesterfield home
04-10-2023 2:16 PM

CHESTERFIELD — An electrical fire at a home on Bryant Street drew numerous fire crews and caused an estimated $150,000 in damage Saturday afternoon, Fire Chief David Hewes said.The single-family home’s residents were not at home at the time, and no...


Town elections set in South Hadley
03-28-2023 6:10 AM

SOUTH HADLEY — Know Your Town of South Hadley will host a candidates’ night Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Main Public Library.The town election is April 11. The following candidates for public office have agreed to appear:Andrea...


Woman, 23, charged with murder in Easthampton stabbing death
03-14-2023 5:19 PM

EASTHAMPTON — A suspect has been arrested in connection with a stabbing that left a 23-year-old man dead in Easthampton early Tuesday morning, according to the Northwestern district attorney’s office.Easthampton police were called to a home on Culdaff...


Northampton police busy with hit-and-run incidents
03-05-2023 6:20 PM

NORTHAMPTON — Two drivers were arrested and charged with multiple offenses in separate hit-and-run incidents Friday evening, police reported in a post on the department’s Facebook page.In the first case, police pursuing a hit-and-run suspect at...

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